No Better Time: Tips for Finding Locations and Subjects to Photograph

The Nature Photographer episode #13 on Wild & Exposed podcast

Using Google Maps is a great way to find nearby wildlife refuges when traveling, like Big Branch Marsh National Wildlife Refuge, which Dawn Wilson visited while visiting southern Louisiana. © Dawn Wilson

Why does Mark Raycroft keep saying there’s no better time to be a nature photographer than right now? Because in this short episode, the crew answers a NANPA member/listener question about how to find locations to photograph a particular subject in a specific timeframe. Find out what tools and strategies Mark, Dawn Wilson, Ron Hayes, and Jason Loftus use to find a desired subject, or identify potential subjects in a desired area. Plus, hear why your attitude about the trip and the language you use when reaching out to other photographers may make all the difference in the outcome.

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